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intensity level

[in′ten·səd·ē ‚lev·əl]
(physics)
The logarithm of the ratio of two intensities, powers or energies, usually expressed in decibels.
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Figure 1 shows the statistical data of earthquake magnitude and seismic intensity level at given locations in Japan from 153 earthquakes recorded.
In contrast, the energy intensity level of the production pattern in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Spain and the United Kingdom used to be (considerably) lower than the OECD11 average, but these countries are increasingly specializing in sectors for which they do not (any longer) have an energy intensity advantage.
At that intensity level, we can stand that noise without permanent damage to our hearing for approximately seven and a half minutes," he said.
"The intensity level is rising every day and that's the way I want it."
Considering the [La] total mean in each intensity level (A-1, A-2, A-3, AN-1 and AN-2), [La] was similar to the proposed by Maglischo (10) to classify intensity level in swimming human beings (A-1 = 1-3; A-2 = 3-5; A-3 = 4-6; AN-1 = 8 to 9 mmolL-1 and AN-2 = no indication, because present power/velocity exercise).
The report ranks the Arab World countries according to their cellular competition intensity level, based on a methodological approach.
Obese adolescent boys have a limited capacity to metabolize fat by exercising at the recommended moderate intensity level, and might do better with lower-intensity activity, according to Dr.
Booster: To raise the intensity level even more (but only if you feel comfortable with it; don't overstress your body), Kenkhuis suggests different strokes: "Swim 10 laps of butterfly with just 10 seconds' rest after each lap.
- regions eligible under the statistical effect should receive 80% of their 2006 per capita aid intensity in 2007 with a linear reduction to reach the average per capita aid intensity level for the regional competitiveness and employment objective in 2013;
In Ohio, the minimum enforceable light intensity level is 10 foot-candles (ft-c) measured 30 inches above floor level for walk-in refrigeration units and at least 50 ft-c at food preparation surfaces (Ohio Department of Health, 2001).
In 2001, Nigeria's carbon intensity level was 0.21 metric tons of carbon equivalent per thousand 1995$, down from 0.30 tons in 1996 and lower than at any time since the 1970s.
Enter intensity level (which depends on the complexity of the job and experience of the project manager) per sub.